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Event Logo Coaches Clinic - A Night of Jumps
Thursday, November 20, 2014 - Thursday, June 1, 2017
Start Time: 7:00 PM
Icahn Stadium, Randall's Island
Manhattan, NY

An Introductory Level Clinic Taught by Top Level Jumps Coaches

Cost: Free 

Registration: (note: seating is limited) email your RSVP by sending the following information 
Name
Phone
USATF Membership # (not required)


Location: Icahn Stadium, Randall's Island (clinic will be held indoors)

Schedule:
7:00 pm  - Proper Technique for the Long and High Jump: From the approach to the landing
                   Presented by:  Kyle Brown 
8:00pm  Training Periodization for the Jumps: Creating an annual plan.
                Presented by Jon Hill 

Presenters:
Jonathan Hill
Jumps and Combined events coach at Army. In his first season at Army he coached conference champions in the Heptathlon and Decathlon. During his tenure at Eastern Washington University, Hill's student-athletes broke 11 school records, established 44 top-10 historical marks, collected 24 all-conference certificates and earned five bids to the NCAA Regional Championships. He holds Level 2 certificates in Jumps, Sprints/Hurdles, and Combined Events.  And is the USATF Regional Coordinator for Level 1 coaching education.
 
 
‚ÄčKyle Bown
His Coaching career spans over 20 years where he has worked with athletes ranging from youth up to the collegiate level. Known as a jumps specialist, Coach Brown is currently the head coach at St. Francis College Brooklyn, a division I program where he also works closely with the sprinters and hurdlers.  As a Coach He has worked with many Collegiate champions including two High jumpers who jumped over 7ft and were NEC, IC4A champions and NCAA Regional Qualifiers. His athletes hold the Women’s Long Jump record, which was broken on three separate occasions, and the Men’s and Women’s Triple Jump record, which has been broken on multiple occasions.  His own high school triple jump Mark still remains among the best in New York City History. He went on to compete for Long Island University where he was a multi time NEC champion and where he held the school record in the triple jump for many years.  His experience as a coach and athlete gives him a perspective that makes him adept at breaking down the very technical jump events to athletes of all ages, and gives him an eye for seeking out and developing talent that might otherwise go unnoticed